New South Wales aged care provider Advantaged Care has finished building a $40 million residential aged care home in Edensor Park in western Sydney.

Edensor Gardens is a 139-bed residential aged care facility with bedrooms for individuals and companion suites for couples, which are fitted with kitchenettes.

The facility also features a cinema, beauty salon, café, wellness spaces and private dining rooms for residents to host guests.

There are also a variety of gardens and terraces, children’s play area, vegetable garden and  men’s shed. 

Advantaged Care managing director Michael Kresner described the aged care facility as a state-of-the-art home.  

“Edensor Gardens will provide residents with an amazing lifestyle, the best in house services and professional person-centred care,” Mr Kresner said.

The building company responsible Total Construction has educated its teams on how the built environment can impact the lives of residents, said managing director Steve Taylor.

“It’s crucial throughout the lifecycle of an aged care development, more than any other that first and foremost, we remember that this is going to be someone’s home. Everything we look at is through that lens,” Mr Taylor said.

“Edensor Gardens is leading-edge and will change the way the construction industry and aged providers view the future of the aged care homes and the importance the built environment has on consumers,” he said.

The facility was managed by M Project and designed by Integrated Design Group and Turner Studio.

The project, which took 18-months to build, is Advantaged Care’s fifth aged care home.

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